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Hydriv said:
I will be watching this auction in particular to see if it draws even a single bid.
My brother is doing the same thing. He really wants this tractor and he will be in Illinois next week for business. He thinks that he could get a better tractor for the asking price, but the neat/cool factor has him by the balls.
 

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I believe that that is Dan Haas's listing (99% sure). Dan is the guy that puts together the Rockford/Cherry Valley gathering in August. I see he has a few tractors and parts listed right now. I'd trust Dan's description of the items to be honest.

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boomers_influence said:
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if you restored one of these, wouldn't it be worth LESS???
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I'm not sure if I truly understand your question, Boomer.

Are you asking if a "restored" Golden Demo is worth less than an "original, untouched" GD?

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Are you asking if a restored GD would bring less than the opening bid price of the one in this auction?
 

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Looking at the bids, the winning bidder actually place an auto bidd at 15:03 PDT (3:03PM PDT for the non-millitary types :wink: ). Looks like the winning bidder and two others got serious about it yesterday afternoon.

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I guess I had to see it to believe it. I'm sure that Dan Haas is pleased.

That's the thing about e-Bay, you never know what will happen. All it takes is two very determined buyers and the price can sail out of site. As far as I was concerned, the opening bid price was already too high. I know that the GD's are becoming harder to come by but that price is surprising. I've seen several sell for well under $1000.00 in the past.

I think I paid less than $400.00 for mine.
 
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